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Balanced Body Reformer 1 and Movement Principles
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Balanced Body Reformer 1 and Movement Principles

9/21/2018 to 9/23/2018
When: September 21-23, 2018
Friday 12pm - 6pm Saturday 12pm - 6pm Sunday 9am - 3pm
Where: Body Evolve Pilates
1770 1st Street
Suite #205
Highland Park, Illinois  60035
United States
Presenter: Sponsor: Body Evolve Pilates
Contact: Arlene Bass, Director

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Balanced Body Reformer 1 and Movement Principles

Course Description: Reformer 1 introduces you to the biomechanical foundation of the Pilates method and to the essential components of functional core strength, lumbopelvic and scapular stability, as well as assessing and correcting alignment and improving flexibility. Pre-Pilates exercises are included for teaching these key principles to your clients and classes. Reformer 1 includes an introduction to the Pilates Reformer including set up and safety, plus beginning exercises, program sequencing and teaching tips for group classes. By the end of the course you will be able to teach beginning Reformer classes or personal training sessions.


Instructor: Joanne Rosati


To become a fully qualified Balanced Body Reformer Instructor, students must complete the following:

  • Anatomy
  • Balanced Body Mat Instructor training or equivalent (102 hours)
  • Balanced Body Reformer 1 - Course work, written and practical test (18 hours)
  • Balanced Body Reformer 2 - Course work, written and practical test (16 hours)
  • Balanced Body Reformer 3 - Course work, written and practical test (14 hours)
  • 50 Personal Sessions and 100 Student Teaching Hours OR 30 Reformer Personal Sessions and 30 Observation Hours and 90 Student Teaching Hours
  • Pass the BB Final Reformer Test (Written and Practical)


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Program Content Area: Orthopaedic
Course Type:
Instructional Level: Basic
Intended Audience: PTs, PTAs, OTs, OTAs, Other
CE Contact Hours: 18 CE
Course Approval: IPTA Approval #121-7162

This is a paid advertisement. The IPTA does not endorse nor guarantee the quality of non-IPTA courses, whether approved by the IPTA or through the IDFPR. IPTA approval of a course indicates that the course sponsor has submitted documentation which has met or exceeded at least the minimum requirements set forth in the IPTA standards for approval.

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